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Good morning! Here’s what you need to know:
- Microsoft thinks it has all the time in the world, and it’s planning its big tablet push for 2012.
- Apple is negotiating with the record labels for unlimited iTunes downloads.
- Facebook shares are passing hands at a $65 billion valuation.
- China has a major push for fibre optic internet. Where is the US on this?
- Zynga thinks MySpace is too expensive.
- Advertisers are already cashing in on Charlie Sheen, Twitter machine.
- Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba is starting a big US push.
- Even though they’re already not selling well, Condé Nast is raising the prices of its iPad magazines.
- The Justice Department is looking into antitrust concerns over the MPEG format, to which all video companies have to pay royalties.
- BONUS: Conan O’Brien mocks the iPad 2.
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